SeinLanguage

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Bantam Books, Aug 1, 1993 - Humor - 180 pages
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Seinfeld.  For more than 33 million viewers, the Emmy Award-winning television show has become a Thursday night ritual.  Even though the show has ended,  Jerry Seinfeld's distinct brand of humor can still be yours.  

In his #1 New York Times bestselling book, SeinLanguage, Jerry Seinfeld has captured on the page his views on topics ranging from Raisinettes to relationships, from childhood to cop shows, and from parents to power suits.  This must-have book for all fans--and who isn't a fan?--remains available in both paperback and hardcover.

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User Review  - Pontiki - Goodreads

I loved Seinfeld, and I could hear his voice in my head as I read. Unfortunately, a lot of his references are now outdated, and one thing that bugs me general is that comedians don't REALLY write ... Read full review

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User Review  - Adam Krause - Goodreads

The book “Seinlanguage” is an autobiography about Jerry Seinfeld and his everyday life, and thoughts. He covers relationships, transportation, and life as a kid. The thing that I liked most about the ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
FREEWAY OF LOVE 5
21
OUT AND BACK
172
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About the author (1993)

Stand-up comedian, comic television actor, advertising pitchman, and author, Jerry Seinfeld makes a seamless transition from one role to the next. He earned the 1992 and 1993 American Comedy Award for Best Actor in a comedy series and an Emmy award for outstanding comedy series for the hit television comedy that bears his name. The show completed its prime-time run with a media blitz in 1998, but appears regularly in syndication. Based very closely on Seinfeld's real-life circumstances and experiences, Seinfeld's show is, according to the actor himself, "about nothing." In some respects, however, it is autobiographical: what happens to a comedian living in New York City as he passes time with friends between shows. He is single, thin and neat, and loves baseball, fast cars, Superman, and cereal. Seinfeld's books, Jerry Seinfeld: Stand-Up Confidential (1987) and Sein Language (1993), follow the same themes. Seinfeld was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 29, 1955. He has a degree in theater communications from Queens (N.Y.) College. Seinfeld is single and still calls New York home.

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